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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

HOLLAsuccess with the USPS!

Here is the response I got from the USPS regarding the harassment that took place. The woman took this very important matter seriously and handled it effectively like it should be. Below is their response.

September 14, 2010

Dear xxxxx,

This letter is in response to your Officer Inspector General inquiry dated September 7, 2010 regarding sexual harassment by a postal employee.

The issue you raise about employee behavior is one that concerns every postal manager. Postmaster General John Potter has continually stressed the seriousness of sexual harassment against or by any employee.

Every customers should immediately report such incident of unacceptable behavior immediately to a supervisor, station manager, or a postal official that is on the premises who can promptly address the issue, such as you have done. The manager has taken the appropriate action to ensure that this employee’s behavior is corrected.

If you experience such an incident in the future, please do not hesitate to contact the Office of Inspector General to ensure that immediate action is taken.

Please accept our apologies for having to endure such unacceptable behavior.


Mrs. xxxxxx

Consumer Affairs Investigator

Los Angeles District

Submitted by Raven

EDITOR'S NOTE: When you experience harassment by someone working for a company that you can hold accountable - by all means do so! We've had a lot of success with that on the site - and this is another great example of it.